Recipe Directions

1. Puree tomatoes, half an avocado, sun-dried tomato, garlic, and one handful of cilantro in a food processor until pretty smooth. Blend in spices. (I had to add a lot of chili powder to get this spicy, but be sure to taste as you add. Chili powder may vary.)

2. Mix peppers and green onion in a bowl. Add in puree and give it a good stir to blend.

3. Mix in the other half of the avocado (diced), half a tomato (or a whole one if you wish), and chopped cilantro.

4. Add olive oil and lime juice. Stir that baby real good. Add a little more salt if it pleases the palate, and you’re done! Bon appetit!

Starjen42's Thoughts

By starjen42

A chunky chili with veggies and no beans.

Very tomatoey with a nice crunch from the peppers.

Smooth and creamy from the avocados.

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I would like to make this but I do not have Sun dried tomatoes, do not ahve oil, do not have salt, do not have cilantro and I only have one smallish, slightly rotten green pepper.... Can I make it without those ingredients?

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delicious! This made me so happy!

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amazing just amazing, this is a new staple in my diet. thank you sooo much.

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This is an awsome recipe! I just love it.

Thanks for posting.

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that picture makes me so hungry! i must try this! it would be good with my raw corn chips!

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I needed spicy hot today and added a teaspoon of cayenne, as well. Mmmmmm, extra spicy. ;)

Thanks for this great recipe.

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I made crackers...spread on the cheese with spring onions...then dipped in the chili... I like to dip...

Very Good

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oh, i also pureed half a cucumber in the chilli, and diced the rest in, it was amazing. Also, careful on the chilli powder, i dont know how potent all of yours are but i grind chillis myself and make my own,that kind of lapsed my memory while i was making it, and a tablespoon was crazy hot. so be careful. hahah

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it was really an amazing dish, it didnt much taste like chilli to me, mabye i need to add some more spices, but it has an awesome taste. great on lettuce and by itself. props!

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We had this the other night. Mine came out a little thick so my daughter suggested we make it into a taco. That's exactly what I did for lunch today...taco salad. Yumm!

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I just finished making ( and eating ) this. I added a little bit of celery and extra red pepper & tomato to the blended part... and YUMMY! thanks so much for sharing.

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This was wonderful! And very filing...

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Wow, I LOVED this. Perfect summer recipe. I'm about to send it to all my friends...

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Mmmm.. this was really good! Instead of chili powder i used chipolte spice.... Yummy!

I made the rich cheddar sauce and some zuccini noodles.... Good stuff.

Thanx for the recipe :)

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I am eating this RIGHT NOW :)

Very good recipe. Unfortunately I do not have any sundried tomatoes so I tried to compensate by adding an additional tomato to the mix.I also pureed in some jalapeño to give it more of a kick! I took someone else's advice from above and added mushrooms as well. Very yum. Thanks for sharing.

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This was sooooooooooo amazing! It tasted clean and fresh and like a real meal and crunchy and hot and so delicious! Well done!

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I'm currently eating this and it is outrageously good. It's my first ever raw dish, so I went into it expecting to have to add beans to it to make it tolerable, but I was so very wrong. I added mushrooms to it and skimped on cilantro due largely to the fact that I have none, but otherwise stayed pretty close to the recipe. Granted, the outcome doesn't look nearly as delectable as the photo (which made me think to myself, "Great. This is going to taste just as bad as it looks"), but it is indeed phenomenal.

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Oh my goodness. I just made this for dinner and it was incredibly scrumptious. Thank you starjen42.

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omg This looks sooooo good! I am def going to give this a try this weekend. The Cheese is a good idea I think I will look up some raw sour cream to put on top.

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Samilicious, it'll definitely work with cayenne instead of chili powder, but make sure you taste as you add, so you don't end up with a chili that's too hot to handle! Leaving out the oil shouldn't make too much of a difference, since there's plenty of fat in the avocado. :d

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This sounds good and these are simple ingredients, looking forward to trying it. THANKS!

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We tried this for dinner the other night. Delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe starjen44. Chili has always been a favorite food.

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Can I make this without the olive oil and replace chili powder with cayenne powder? Do you guys think it will still turn out great? I can't wait to try this!!!

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AiMei, I made this with the cheese with spring onions tonight too!!

It is sooo yummy!!

I thought for sure that I'd want to eat all of it in one sitting, but one cup of the chili was perfect! I'll have the rest tomorrow, but I'm going to warm it in the dehydrator a bit. YUM.

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This was absolutely amazing. I put a glop of the cheese with spring onions on top since I was one of those people who always loaded cheese on my chili and it tasted perfect! Thanks for the delicious recipe!

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